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Seasons of the Witch: Poetry and Songs to the Goddess

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There are 28 pieces of prose and poetry for each of the four seasons in this publication. Each section features a song for the goddess of light, a litany for the associated elemental creature, poems inspired by tarot cards and love spells in the ancient poetic form of the charm. A four-part "Goddess Instruction Manual" is woven through the book and included is a 73-minute ...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published June 1st 2002 by Llewellyn Publications,U.S. (first published June 1992)
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Deni Johansson
I never get tired of readin her poems...they are powerful and burn beautiful images into my head. I have yet to find another poet I like so much! She has her poems sectioned off into the 4 seasons of a woman's life: Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter. I am looking forward to reading her other poetry books.
Amanda
A very good break down of poetry and reflection through the seasons. It's broken down into Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. There are pieces that parallel throughout. There were some pieces I thought could have been better, but on the whole a very lovely experience.
Joanna
This is a beautiful book of poetry (both verse and prose) organized around the four seasons of the year. I return to it again and again for inspiration and clarity.
Varja Askeland
Simply divine !
I love poetry and have written poetry myself for many years and this book is by far the best book with pagan poetry !
Dana Wright
Dec 28, 2011 Dana Wright rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone who enjoys the sacred feminine
I love this book.It came with a cd and it is one I always have on hand in my car.
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Recommended to me by Deni. I'm loving it already!
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